Best of the blogs: using technology to targets youths, sourcing external finance, attracting loyal donors and the lobbying bill

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Is your charity making the most of young people's obsession with technology, asks Robert Ince, press officer at CSV.

Read Ince’s blog

Charity boards need to be less reluctant to source external finance, says Nigel Morrison, a partner in the advisory team at Grant Thornton UK.

Read Morrison’s blog

If you want loyal donors, you’ll have to stop recruiting them, says Charlie Hulme, creative director at Pell & Bales.

Read Hulme’s blog

The lobbying bill remains a solution in search of a problem, writes Sir Stephen Bubb.

Read Bubb’s blog

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